Tim Huelskamp

Hutchinson News

The campaign for a Kansas seat in the US House of Representatives is heating up, reports The Hutchinson News. U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp’s seat is up for grabs in November, and both he and challenger Roger Marshall issued statements last week accusing the other candidate of lying.

Huffington Post

Measured against his colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives, Kansas congressman Tim Huelskamp has been spending far more taxpayer dollars on mailouts to promote his own legacy. According to The Hutchinson News, Huelskamp’s tab for mailings and other mass communications added up to almost $120,000 of taxpayer money. And that’s just over just a nine-month period of last year.

KMUW

In regional news, one Kansas lawmaker is looking to benefit from the turmoil following House speaker John Boehner’s resignation. Following the news that the speaker was stepping down, Kansas 1st District Congressman Tim Huelskamp hailed the announcement. Huelskamp and Boehner had repeatedly butted heads, reports Wichita member station KMUW.

therepublic.com

Jim Sherow recently received from Traditional Republicans for Common Sense according to a recent article from The Republic.  The 63-year-old Kansas State University history professor is the Democratic nominee for the 1st Congressional District of Kansas. 

huffingtonpost.com

U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp filed for re-election this week for the 1st District.  The lawmaker paid his $1,760 filing fee in Topeka.  The Topeka Capital-Journal reported the legislator is polishing his credential as a tea party rebel who is not afraid to ruffle the most influential Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C.

Christopher Guinn / Dodge City Globe

Jim Sherow is challenging Rep. Tim Huelskamp to represent the 1st District of Kansas.  The Democratic hopeful says Huelskamp has lost west Kansas’s influence in the House, especially on agricultural issues reported the Dodge City Daily Globe.

Huelskamp: A tactical change on Obamacare

Nov 11, 2013
J.M. EDDINS, JR./MCT

The same man who was pushing to shut down the government just a few weeks ago to defund the Affordable Care Act, now says another government shutdown to stop funding for ACA isn’t likely to happen in January according to a recent Politico story

http://www.ebitulawgrp.com/

Whether you agree with them or not, two High Plains legislators stand for what they believe-- even when they’re standing alone.  They are: Representative Tim Huelskamp, R-Kansas, 1st District, and Texas State Senator Kel Seliger, R-Amarillo, State Senate District 31.